A 22 year old man has been stabbed in Stevenage.
The victim was in an alleyway in Mendip Road on Friday 20th January at 4.20pm when he was approached by two men who attacked him with an unknown implement.
Both offenders are described as white men. The first is described as being of slim build, between 5ft 11in and 6ft tall, with short light coloured hair and wearing dark clothing.
The other man is described as being of slim build with short dark hair and wearing dark clothes including a grey top under a jacket.
Police want to speak to anyone who saw the suspects in the area.
Police in Hertfordshire are trying to track down a motorist after a car was driven the wrong way down the A414 between Hatfield and St Albans.
Police tried to stop the vehicle which was travelling west towards St Albans on Saturday 7 January.
The driver pulled into the Shell petrol station before driving through the forecourt and back onto the carriageway, travelling in the wrong direction.
Officers say they did not pursue the vehicle for the safety of members of the public.
Hertfordshire Police are appealing for witnesses.
Tributes have been paid to a man who died when his car left the road in Baldock in Hertfordshire on Saturday 1 October.
Mark Knights, 54, was driving a green Toyota Hilux on Bygrave Road, shortly after 1am when the crash happened. Police are still investigating what caused the car to leave the road.
Hertfordshire Police say concern is growing for a woman from Royston who's not been seen for almost a week.
51-year-old Helen Bailey is described as slim, with long black hair but it is not known what she was wearing at the time she went missing.
She was last seen around 2.45pm on Monday April 11.
It is also believed that Helen has her dog with her – a miniature Dachshund. Helen is known to have connections to Kent, Northumbria and London.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was hit in the face with champagne bottle in Stevenage on Saturday evening.
The victim, a 34 year old man, was approached by four males believed to be aged between 17 and 20.
One of the men attacked him with a champagne bottle, causing him to lose two teeth. The victim ran off and hid until the offenders had left the scene. He then realised his red mountain bike had been taken.
The incident happened between 7.50pm and 8pm in Shephell View.
Hertfordshire Police have charged two people in St Albans with offences connected to slavery.
Johnny Murphy, 25, and Shanon Loveridge, 22, were both charged with knowingly holding a person in slavery or servitude and knowingly requiring another person to perform forced labour in St Albans between April 2010 and September 2014.
Their arrest followed advice from Thames and Chiltern Crown Prosecution Service.
In March officers from Hertfordshire Police executed a warrant at an address in St Albans following following reports of potential human trafficking taking place on the premises.
Jonny and Shannon have been released on bail and will appear before St Albans Magistrates Court on Tuesday 27 October.
A 62-year-old woman has been released without charge.
Police in Hertfordshire are investigating reports that a man spied on an 11-year-old boy while he was in a changing room cubicle in Hitchin.
Officers have released an e-fit image of someone they would like to speak to in connection with their inquiries.
The incident reportedly happened at about 6.05pm on Tuesday June 24 at a swimming pool in Fishponds Road.
The victim was getting changed when a man entered an adjacent cubicle and looked over to watch him.
He is described as being white, between 5ft 7ins and 5ft 9ins tall, and of slim build.
The colder months often bring difficult driving conditions. So before winter sets in, Hertfordshire Police are stepping up patrols on the county's roads.
It's a visible presence - using marked cars, and speed guns to slow people down. The force hopes seeing more police around will mean drivers think twice about breaking the limit.
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A Hertfordshire Police crackdown on speeding on the county's roads has been backed by one of the force's Sergeants'.
Sergeant Colin Jenkinson believes that the high visibility operation will help to make drivers more aware of their speed.
All this month Hertfordshire Police are stepping up patrols on the county's roads in a crackdown on speeding.
They will be using marked cars, and speed guns to slow people down.
The force hopes seeing more police around will mean drivers think twice about breaking the limit.
This week alone they've caught more than 100 people speeding.